In March 2019, the City Council created a new Sustainability Advisory Committee to help the City achieve state mandated conservation goals and the goals of the City’s Climate Action Plan (CAP) and provide recommendations to the City Council regarding sustainability policy. The Committee was formed with the following purposes:
Provide comments, feedback, and recommendations to the City Council on sustainability policy and issues related to CAP implementation.
Advise and assist staff on sustainability program design and implementation.
Serve as a forum for public input and feedback on issues related to sustainability and CAP implementation.
Assist staff in promoting community-wide CAP implementation.
Community Input Forum
The City of Woodland Sustainability Advisory Committee (SAC) hosted their inaugural community input forum on the environment, climate change, and sustainability at the Leake Center during the afternoon of Saturday, July 9.
Nearly 50 Woodland residents and stakeholders participated in the event to share their ideas, concerns, and questions about environmental issues in Woodland as well as the role the City can play when it comes to global challenges such as climate change.